Bishop Loverde in the Arlington Catholic Herald

This week we join our diocesan family in celebrating Bishop Loverde’s upcoming 50th anniversary of priestly ordination, drawing particular attention to his role as an evangelist through traditional and new media.  As Bishop Loverde has written,  “Evangelization simply means sharing the Good News about a Person, Jesus Christ. It is you and I taking a step toward Jesus…and then toward others to introduce Him. In all times, all around the world, the Church has existed to evangelize, to proclaim Jesus Christ” (Go Forth with Hearts on Fire, 9-10).

By: Office of Communications

In preparation for the upcoming Jubilee Year of Mercy, Bishop Loverde has been heard exhorting  Chancery staff and the faithful of the Diocese of Arlington:

“We must be convincing heralds of God’s mercy!”

_MB27040-X2

He himself is a herald of God’s mercy  in countless ways. One notable way is through his writing for the Arlington Catholic Herald.  Bishop Loverde teaches on matters of faith and morals through his bi-weekly columns in the publication, which is delivered to 70,000 homes in Northern Virginia and to countless others through their website and e-newsletters.

Bishop Loverde’s Three Most Popular Columns From 2015 Were:

1. Welcoming the Holy Father (on the arrival of Pope Francis to the USA)

2. God’s Plan for Parenthood (Reflections on Planned Parenthood)

3. The Priesthood as Gift and Mystery (Reflections On Priestly Ordination)

And earlier this year Bishop Loverde and the Arlington Catholic Herald staff won 2nd place for the Best Explanation of the Church’s Position on Marriage from the Catholic Press Association for Bishop Loverde’s column, “Stand for Marriage, Stand for Faith.”

 

_MB35264-X2

Be sure to read our shepherd’s columns in Herald!

Follow @Bishop_Loverde on Twitter

Follow the Catholic Diocese of Arlington on our platforms

DiocesanLogoMiniFacebookMiniLogoTwitter Mini LogoYoutube Mini LogoInstagram Mini Logo

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s